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Translation of "ouch" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

ouch

exclamation     /aʊtʃ/
used to express sudden physical pain (表示身體上突然的疼痛)哎喲 Ouch, you're hurting me! 哎呦,你弄痛我了! Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections humorous used in answer to something unkind that someone says (用於回應別人不友善的話)哎喲,哎呀 "I really think you're much too fat, Dorothy." "Ouch, that was a bit unkind." 「我真的覺得你太胖了,桃樂西。」「哎喲,你有點刻薄了。」 Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
Translations of “ouch”
in Korean 아야…
in Arabic آه, أخ (لِلتَّعْبير عَن الألَم)…
in Portuguese ai!…
in Catalan ai…
in Japanese 痛い!…
in Italian ahi!…
in Russian ай!…
in Turkish Ah!', 'Uff!', 'Aman!'…
in Chinese (Simplified) (表示身体上突然的疼痛)哎哟, (用于回应别人不友善的话)哎哟,哎呀…
in Polish ała, au…
(Definition of ouch from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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